|yfgI||Uncharacterized protein YfgI; Putative membrane protein (179 aa)|| |
Predicted Functional Partners:
Possible component of hydrogenase 4.
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Uncharacterized lipoprotein YfgH; Putative outer membrane lipoprotein
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This protein of unknown function is encoded by a gene that cotranscribes with the aroL gene, which codes for shikimate kinase II
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Functions as both a chaperone and a metalloprotease. Maintains the integrity of the outer membrane by promoting either the assembly or the elimination of outer membrane proteins, depending on their folding state. Promotes disulfide rearrangement of LptD during its biogenesis, and proteolytic degradation of LptD and BamA when their proper assembly is compromised. May facilitate membrane attachment of LoiP under unfavorable conditions
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Component of the tagatose-1,6-bisphosphate aldolase GatYZ that is required for full activity and stability of the Y subunit. Could have a chaperone-like function for the proper and stable folding of GatY. When expressed alone, GatZ does not show any aldolase activity. Is involved in the catabolism of galactitol.
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Acts as a flagellar brake, regulating swimming and swarming in a bis-(3'-5') cyclic diguanylic acid (c-di-GMP)-dependent manner. When bound to c-di-GMP it binds to elements of the flagellar motor (MotA and/or FliG and FliM , binding to FliM also occurs in the absence of c-di-GMP), causing the motor to slow down. Thus, increasing levels of c-di-GMP lead to decreased motility. Probably binds 1 c-di-GMP dimer per subunit.
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Involved in the maturation of [NiFe] hydrogenases. Involved in the biosynthesis of the Fe(CN)(2)CO cofactor . HybG delivers iron-bound CO(2) to HypD where reduction to CO probably occurs . In complex with HypD, accepts the cyanide ligand generated by HypF and HypE, and also coordinates the carbon monoxide ligand (By similarity). Involved in the maturation of the hydrogenase 2. Also participates in the maturation of hydrogenase 1 . ECO:0000269|PubMed:11292801, ECO:0000269|PubMed:23851071,
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Catalyzes the NADPH-dependent reduction of L-glutamate 5- phosphate into L-glutamate 5-semialdehyde and phosphate. The product spontaneously undergoes cyclization to form 1-pyrroline-5-carboxylate.
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Provides significant protection from radiation damage and may be involved in the degradation of radiation-damaged nucleotides.
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A transporter able to export peptides and flavins. When overexpressed allows cells deleted for multiple peptidases (pepA, pepB, pepD and pepN) to grow in the presence of dipeptides Ala-Gln or Gly-Tyr which otherwise inhibit growth . Cells overexpressing this protein have decreased intracellular levels of Ala-Gln dipeptide, and in a system that produces the Ala-Gln dipeptide, overproduction of this protein increases its export . When overexpressed increases secretion of FMN and FAD but not riboflavin; intracellular concentrations of FMN and riboflavin rise, possibly to compensate for in [...]
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